Created attachment 170429 [details]
patch from a git commit, apply with patch -p1
Update to the latest upstream release.
buffer: fix lastIndexOf and indexOf in various edge cases (Anna Henningsen) #6511
child_process: use /system/bin/sh on android (Ben Noordhuis) #6745
upgrade npm to 3.8.9 (Rebecca Turner) #6664
upgrade to V8 126.96.36.199 (Ali Ijaz Sheikh) #6572
upgrade libuv to 1.9.1 (Sa<C3><BA>l Ibarra Corretg<C3><A9>) #6796
Intl: ICU 57 bump (Steven R. Loomis) #6088
copying tabs shouldn't trigger completion (Eugene Obrezkov) #5958
exports Recoverable (Blake Embrey) #3488
src: add O_NOATIME constant (Rich Trott) #6492
src,module: add --preserve-symlinks command line flag (James M Snell) #6537
util: adhere to noDeprecation set at runtime (Anna Henningsen) #6683
As of this release the 6.X line now includes 64-bit binaries for Linux
on Power Systems running in big endian mode in addition to the existing
64-bit binaries for running in little endian mode.
See https://nodejs.org/en/blog/release/v6.2.0/ for the full change log.
Bradley, please include poudriere testport logs for port updates.
packaging failed with this patch because of a missing header file.
A commit references this bug:
Date: Wed May 18 14:25:55 UTC 2016
New revision: 415453
Update to 6.2.0.
Submitted by: maintainer (Bradley T. Hughes)
Committed along with that aforementioned plist changed.
I see that I forgot to include my pkg-plist change when generating the patch, sorry about that. My testport log even shows success, because I tested with my uncommitted pkg-plist patch. I didn't include the testport log because 1) it's too big to attached as-is (almost 3mb, wow), and 2) I've been asked not to include them because of their size. Statistically speaking, more people ask for and look for the logs than those who tell me not to, so I'll just continue attaching them in my PRs ;)
Thanks again, sorry for the monologue, have a great day! :)
Even just pasting the stuff from the end that shows no plist issues, stagedir violations, etc, would be totally sufficient.
Best of both worlds, I do that next time :)